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File formats I have put some film on my phone, and it wont play them. What media files does the 6288 support and where can I find a free online converter to turn my videos into this format?

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  • James_B Oct 23, 2007

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Ok see budy ur handset is nokia s40 and it supports 3gp and mpeg formats, anything accept this will not work on ur handset, there is a software called"platovideo to 3gp" serach in google, u will get this easilytry this software dear.

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